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washington post," after the meteor blast in russia injured nearly 1,000 people, a d.c. area lab wants to slam a spacecraft into an asteroid to prove we can prevent a potentially catastrophic event. a johns hopkins team is writing a $150 million program to shoot a rocket at an asteroid as it passes close to earth. if successful, it would be the first time an asteroid would be knocked off its trajectory because of human intervention. >> this a big story from "the san francisco chronicle." marissa meyer, president and ceo of yahoo! is changing company policy. she's forcing all employees now working from home to report to the office. as you can imagine, many telecommuters not happy with the move. according to the paper, insiders say it will help cut the company's bloated infrastructure and get rid of employees who are not productive. this is a company that had been known for its culture. a lot of moms liked working there. you could work from home a little bit. apparently that won't be the case anymore. >> the deal with too many people on the payroll. the irony of a digital company basically telli
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